Apple is once again said to be working on larger versions of its popular MacBook Air notebook, with 15- and 17-inch models in the hopper that could end up replacing its "Pro" line.
Capping off months of rumor and speculation, Apple today announced several new versions of the popular MacBook Pro laptop, bringing Core i5 and i7 processors and better Nvidia graphics.
A new Modbook Pro tablet from Axiotron and a new 17" unibody model of Apple's popular MacBook Pro catch Peter Glaskowsky's attention at MacWorld Expo 2009.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the updated version of the popular MacBook laptop. New features include Nvidia graphics, a glass multitouch trackpad, a thinner casing crafted from a single block of aluminum, solid state drives, some price reductions, and more.
The online rumor mill claims Apple is planning a series of small tweaks to its popular MacBook laptop series.